Other titles from Notting Hill Editions*
Cataract by John Berger, illustrated by Selçuk Demirel What happens when cataracts rob an art critic of his sight? John Berger, author of the classic book Ways of Seeing, joins forces with Turkish illustrator Selçuk Demirel to reflect on his own experience of loss of vision. ‘In contemporary English letters John Berger seems to me peerless.’ – Susan Sontag
Questions of Travel: William Morris in Iceland by Lavinia Greenlaw
The great Victorian William Morris was fascinated by Iceland, which inspired him to write one of the masterpieces of travel literature. Poet Lavinia Greenlaw follows in his footsteps, combining excerpts from his Icelandic writings with her own response to the country.
A Garden from a Hundred Packets of Seeds by James Fenton
In this light-hearted essay, poet and gardener James Fenton describes a hundred plants he would choose to grow from seed.
Flowers for colour, size or exotic interest; herbs and meadow flowers; climbing vines and tropical species . . . Here is a happy,
stylish, thought-provoking exercise in good principles. ‘A small book, yes, but how it grows in your mind after you put it down.’ – Jamaica Kincaid